Zoom Begins Using End-to-End Encryption | Avast

Delivering on its promise to do better after it was criticized this past April for using substandard encryption, Zoom announced on Tuesday that free end-to-end encryption (E2EE) is now available to all users for the next 30 days as a technical preview, after which the service will only be available to paying subscribers. The announcement stated that E2EE is available for Mac, PC, and Android platforms, with the Zoom iOS app pending approval from the Apple App Store. “This has been a highly requested feature from our customers, and we’re excited to make this a reality,” commented Zoom CISO Jason Lee. 

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